Dharali in Harshil

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Dharali in Harshil

The quiet hamlet of Dharali, nestled among the pristine natural surroundings of the majestic Himalayas and on the banks of the holy river Ganga, is so beautiful that it appears to be a scene straight out of a fairy tale book. The town is well-known for its gleaming apple orchards and for being one of Uttarakhand’s most remote and untouched destinations.

It has almost the same beauty as the stunning village of Harsil, which is only 6 kilometres away. Visiting this location will provide you with the ideal opportunity for self-discovery and a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. The atmosphere here is filled with a deep sense of spiritualism that blends peacefully and harmoniously.

This lovely village is nestled in the lap of nature at an elevation of 2,680 metres above sea level, sandwiched between the picturesque hamlets of Uttarkashi and Gangotri. It is also 20 kilometres before Gangotri Dham and 3 kilometres after Harsil. The national highway runs through this beautiful village.

The entire town is surrounded by the fast-flowing Bhagirathi River, which provides visitors with some of the most scenic views. This sleepy hamlet is surrounded by two lush green mountains, making it the ideal location for a thriving environment.

How to Reach Dharali

Rishikesh – Chamba – Dharasu – Uttarkashi – Bhatwari – Gangnani – Harsil – Dharali is the route map from Rishikesh.

By Road – If you plan on visiting Dharali by road, you will need to travel nearly 8 hours from Rishikesh. You can take a state bus or hire a cab or taxi based on your budget, needs, and convenience. You will take the above-mentioned route map from Rishikesh to Dharali.

By Rail – The nearest railway station to Dharali is Rishikesh, which is located 7.5 hours away and serves a variety of trains from all over India. When you get off the train, you can hire cabs, taxis, or buses to Dharali, which will drop you off at the Dharali bus stand.

By Flight – The nearest airport to Dharali is Jolly Grant in Dehradun, which is 7.5 hours away. After disembarking from the flight, you will be able to hire a cab or taxi service and proceed to Dharali.

Hotels in Dharali

Due to its importance during the pilgrimage season, Dharali offers a variety of clean, spacious, and cost-effective lodging options. There are GMVN government guesthouses as well as other lodges, homestays, and high-quality hotels. If you want to save even more money, there are ashrams and Dharamshalas to choose from.

They provide dorm-style lodging at the most affordable prices, as well as delectable food at reasonable prices. The budget hotel prices range from Rs.700/- to Rs.1,000/-, whereas there are some high-priced accommodation options with prices ranging from Rs.2,000/- to Rs.4,000/-. You will be able to find a low-cost hotel that fits your budget.

Best Time to Visit Dharali

Dharali, like Harsil, experiences the following high-altitude Himalayan weather conditions:

Summer Time (April – June) – The mornings are sunny, bright, but pleasant and comfortable, providing you and your family with the ideal opportunity to explore some nearby amazing places. Throughout the day, the average temperature ranges from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius.

Monsoon Season (July – September) – This is a season that everyone should see at least once in their lives. The weather changes and the temperature drops as well. Travel should be avoided during torrential rains because of the risk of landslides and unexpected rainfalls.

Winter Season (October – March) – You can choose to experience the Himalayan winter chill. Remember to properly stock up on all of your woollens and winter wear. There is some snowfall in the area, and temperatures can drop to 0 or even below zero.

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